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Travel Blogs from Paros
... was the homemade apple marmalade they served with the toast. I liked it so much I ended up asking if they would sell me some of it and they did. They put some in a jar for me and agreed to hold it in their refrigerator until we came back from our day on the island.
After breakfast we headed to the Cave of AntiParos. The cave has been known and famous for over 2000 years. There is an inscription describing a Christmas mass in 1673, held in honour of ...
... the shouting people at the port I had already booked a hostel and didn't need to stay at their hotel. I dumped my bags and headed out for dinner as I was starving, I went to a traditional restaurant on the waterfront. There were two people sitting in the restaurant and all of the staff seemed pretty chilled playing with their iPhones. I grabbed a seat and ordered garlic bread and stuffed eggplant. Shortly the couple left and I was the only customer, surrounded by lots of feral ...
Yesterday we went on a 5 hour cruise on a glass bottom boat and saw a bunch of fish. And went snorkling.Me (Ben) and Connor went snorkelling while mom threw in some bread - lot's of fish swarmed around and a fish went and nibbled my chest and I caught the fish! They boated us around and showed us all the famous beaches where people party ...
... the perfect location, half way between the town square and the beach and walking distance to both. It turns out that we just missed the tourist season and apparently most of Ios shuts down for the off season. Ios is a ghost town now, but we can imagine what the party would be like during the high season. I guess our trip to Ios won’t be quite as legendary as most peoples. We had our first gyros for lunch today ...
... br> It did not disappoint as the sun was full and the wind was absent. Jen likely read a trilogy of tales, as I aimlessly surfed the internet on the free wifi from a beachfront restaurant for hours. (For the record she read Bossypants by Tina Fey. Worthwhile read for every lady on the planet she says)
We depart from Naxos tomorrow for ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking